Conference Logistics

VENUE



Q Events by Metropolis
123 Queen Street, Melbourne CBD

We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our familiar conference venue, which has undergone an impressive transformation. With a fresh look, new menu and ease of flow through the spaces, we can’t wait for you to enjoy the whole experience with us.

info@qevents.com.au
www.qevents.com.au


GETTING THERE

  • TRAM
    Trams run along Bourke Street, Queen Street and William Street. Stops are located less than five minutes’ walk to the venue.
  • TRAIN
    The venue is a fifteen-minute walk from Flinders Street Station and Southern Cross Station. Driving to your nearest train station and coming in by public transport is likely to be the fastest way to get to the conference and home again.
  • PARKING
    Limited onsite parking is available. The car park entrance is at 412 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. This car park is independently owned and operated by Secure Parking. For more information, please see www.www.secureparking.com.au.
    Alternatively, there are other car parks near the venue, such as Wilsons Parking, located at 200 Queen Street, Melbourne.

CATERING


Tea and coffee are available on arrival. Morning tea and lunch are included in the registration fee. Those with special dietary requirements should indicate their needs when registering online.

SPECIAL NEEDS


If you have any special needs or mobility issues, please contact Myra Karantzas (HTAV Events Manager) via email: m.karantzas@htav.asn.au.

ACCOMMODATION
  • CitiClub Hotel (at the conference venue)
    113 Queen Street, Melbourne
    03 8601 2701
    There is a special rate for attendees. Please contact the reception desk from 6.30 am to 8.00 pm, and quote the promotional code QEVENTSJULY when booking accommodation to receive 15% off corporate rates.
    Applies when booking to stay on the nights of 27/07/2022 to 29/07/2022.
  • Adina Apartment Hotel
    189 Queen Street, Melbourne
    03 9021 1428
  • Oaks on Market
    60 Market Street, Melbourne
    1300 790 687
HEALTH AND WELLBEING


HTAV and Q Events are committed to ensuring everyone’s safety at the conference.

We request that anyone experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms does not attend the conference, and to contact HTAV to discuss a refund under these circumstances.

Sanitising stations will be available, and we encourage our attendees to bring and wear a mask if so desired.

For information about how Q Events keeps the community safe, please download the Q Events Commitment to Health and Safety guidelines.

COVID SAFETY
It is a requirement of all in-person events that HTAV staff, exhibitors, presenters and event delegates follow directions issued by Victoria’s Chief Health Officer, COVID government requirements and recommendations, and venue safe practices. HTAV will endeavour to provide delegates with current COVID information; however, this is subject to change at any time without notice. Please visit the following websites for further information: www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus and www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au.

ANY QUESTIONS?


Please contact HTAV:
events@htav.asn.au | www.htav.asn.au

SOCIAL HOUR


Thursday 28 July from 4.40 pm, and Friday 29 July from 4.20 pm.

Social Hour will be held at CQ Bar, conveniently located in the conference venue.

Be part of the warmth, humour and generosity that happens when History teachers gather.

The great bonus of attending a conference is the opportunity to connect and chat with your professional community. Catch up with old friends and colleagues, meet new people, harvest good ideas, and join the fun at the Annual Conference Social Hour.

Events Calendar


Sponsors & partners

  • National History Challenge - Sponsor Logo
  • Education Victoria - Sponsor Logo
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We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians and Traditional Custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. The HTAV Office is located on the lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. These lands were never ceded. We pay our respect to their ancestors and Elders, past and present.

Please note: Indigenous Australians are advised that the HTAV website may include images or names of people now deceased.